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2 Translation results for point-blank in Spanish

adjective | adverb

point-blank adjective

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a quemarropa; directo, franco

Synonyms of
point-blank adjective

point-blank adverb

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a quemarropa; a bocajarro, sin rodeos, francamente

Synonyms of
point-blank adverb

point noun

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points
punto; cualidad; fin, propósito; lugar; punto (en una escala); momento, coyuntura; punta; cabo; punto (marca de puntuación)

Example sentences of
point noun

  • She showed us several graphs to illustrate the point she was making.
  • I see your point, but I don't think everyone will agree.
  • There's no use in arguing the point.
  • He made a very good point about the need for change.
  • Let me make one final point.
  • That's the point I've been trying to make.
  • “What's your point?” “Actually, I have two points.”
  • My point is simply that we must do something to help the homeless.
  • “If we leave now, we won't make it back in time.” “That's a good point.”
  • There are two critical points that I would like to discuss.
  • The number 9.5 is read aloud as “nine point five.”
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¿Qué significa to miss the point?
  • Si alguien miss the point, eso significa que esa persona falla en comprender el nudo del asunto. Por ejemplo: Looking for hotels in Paris is fun, but you are missing my point. I'd rather go to South America.

blank adjective

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perplejo, desconcertado; sin expresión, inexpresivo; en blanco (dícese de un papel), liso (dícese de una pared); vacío, en blanco
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Example sentences of
blank adjective

  • Do you have a blank sheet of paper?
  • I have a book with blank pages.
  • Sign your name on the blank line.

Synonyms of
blank adjective

Reverse translation for point-blank

directo  - direct, straight, immediate 
franco  - frank, candid, outspoken, clear, obvious, free 
francamente  - frankly, candidly, really 
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